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You can be difficult ,I can be mean
We can be lovebirds or sting like bees
We´re walking a wire
In danger of falling from grace

A minute of pleasure
An hour of pain
You reel me back in with your physical thing
Cos sometimes you´re worth all of the things that I hate

Oooh.. I shoulda let go
My head says yes but my heart says no

So I´m black and I´m blue
And I act like a fool
Cos you make me
Crazy

And I´m up and I´m down
Turning into the clown that you make me
Baby that´s what you´re
Waiting for

You make me want you more

You see it black and I see it white
You´re never wrong and I´m always right
We argue the point
The point is to disagree

I´m better off dead
--- of personality
in your head

Cos I´m black and I´m blue
And I act like a fool
Cos you make me
Crazy

And I´m up and I´m down
Turning into the clown that you make me
And maybe that´s what you´re
Waiting for

Baby you played me
But you´ll never make me kiss you back and fall apart
I don´t have to do it just cos you make me

black and then blue
I won´t like a fool
Cos you make me
Baby

I get up I get down
But I won´t be the clown that you made me
Baby

Black and then blue
I won´t act like a fool
cos you make me
Baby

I get up I get down
But I won´t be the clown that you made me
Baby

I get black and then blue
I won´t act like a fool
that you made me
Baby

I get up I get down
But I won´t be the clown that you made me
Baby


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    General CommentTo me, this song is about a couple who seem to always disagree and never seem to get along, but at the same time, the narrator is still in love with his partner.
    I also think this could be an abusive relationship: "Cos I'm black and I'm blue" could mean he's covered in bruises and could result in all the disagreements they get into.
    nightsky13on October 20, 2009   Link

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